Groton – Morgan Cook stepped up the course and led in 10 runs while Caity Flynn delivered a blow as Norwich Tech beat Grasso Tech 32-1 in the Connecticut Tech Conference softball game called after five rounds on Wednesday.
One of Cook’s hits was a Grand Slam while Flynn scored 10 for the Warriors (2-1) and also scored three hits and scored four runs. Autumn Hanks added a single and double hit and scored two goals while Abby Ulrich got two hits and scored four runs.
In other games:
• No. 10 Haddam-Killingworth took a 5-0 lead before holding on to defeat Old Lyme 5-4 in a fight early in the Shoreline Conference undefeated. Cougars 6-0, 5-0. Ava Ruth was 3-on-4 with a base run and wildcat run (4-1, 4-1) while Jimmy Bossore was 1-on-3 with a two RBI and a run scored.
• Cassidy Latour went 3-on-5 with three home runs, three runs and four RBI as he defeated Lehmann Memorial Academy Bacon 18-3 in six runs. Lena Maria Byers added three hits, four runs and two RBI for Bulldogs (5-1) Rayne Bobbi was 3 for 5 with threes, three runs and two RBI, Natatani Spears was double, triple and three RBI and Riley Benway was 2 for 5 with two hits and two runs . Sami Datri had two results and scored two goals for Bacon (1-3).
• Old Lyme lost to Haddam-Killingworth 5-4 in a Shoreline Conference match. Santiago Rodriguez and David Evers scored twice and the RBI scored for Old Lime (2-2, 2-2) and teammate Casey Hurgen.
• Chris Lusignan delivered a five-hitter and hit six as Beacon Academy clinched a 14-1 victory over Griswold on Tuesday. Jack Novak was 3 for 4 with three RBI for the Bobcats (4-0) while Andrew Navikas got two hits and drove in five runs. Stephen Laliberte had three hits and Luke Pinilla had two hits and two RBI hits. Griswold is 2-2.
HS Golf Boys
Brandon Tavares scored 41 goals to earn Medals of Honor and lead Stonington to a 5-2 victory in the ECC Division Two over Academy Beacon at Chanticlair Golf Course in Colchester. Drew Johnson and Conor Tavares also won games for the Bears (1-1, 1-0) while Chris Stephenson and Will Hathaway each scored 42 games to win Bacon’s games (0-2, 0-2).
• East Lime’s Tyler Moore fired 39 goals to win the Medal of Honor and lift East Lime to a 6-1 ECC Division 1 win over Fitch at Old Lime Country Club. Pat Kelly, Nate Blankenship and Ericsson Witch won with the Vikings (1-1, 1-1) while Nate McCormack hit 40 to win the Falcons (2-2, 0-2).
• Nathan Sylvester fired a 48-shot during Grasso Tech’s 221-255 loss to Ellis Tech at Harrisville Golf Course in Putnam.
Boys’ Lacrosse HS
• Williams School won third place in a row, beating Foreman 11-7 in the Husatonic Valley League game. Samuel Kaplan scored three goals and two assists, Sterling Frost controlled 13 balls and had a goal and a assist and Robbie Darling had two goals and two assists for Williams (3-2, 2-1). Marc Massera and Cody DiLaurentis scored two goals, Brian Lee scored a goal and Colby Potts made five saves and one assist.
• Jack Keating scored three goals while Sean McCusker scored one and made five assists, as East Lyme Waterford lost their first loss, 12-4, in an ECC Division One game on Tuesday night. Sawyer Teague added two goals and comforted the Vikings (2-2, 2-0) while Drew Sager scored two goals and made one and assisted Mason Cinco. CJ Landry scored all four goals for the Lancers (4-1, 1-1).
HS Girls’ lacrosse
• Lucy Vader from Williams School scored four goals and had 10 equalisers, but the Blues lost to Bancroft 14-9. Ally Iacobilis had three goals, Maria Angelini saved 12 times, Amaya Butler scored a goal and an assist and Scarlett Kane scored a goal for Williams.
• The Coast Guard did not drop a set in a 9-0 win over Emerson in the NEWMAC match, increasing its winning streak to five. Miles Decost, Punk Evans, Charles Norman, Paul Choi, Logan de los Santos and Jacob Schilman won their matches for the Bears (9-2, 4-0) and Sean Dreyer joined Decost to win first in the doubles. Lucas Arora Norman and Choi Evans also won.
softball for college
• The Coast Guard snapped their six-game winning streak when UMass Dartmouth rushed to win 7-5 in Game Two with a double header. The Coast Guard (11-7) won the opening game 9-4 with Amanda Moore going the distance to win and Maria Dewey going 4-4. Lilia Farlow came in for the opener and Natalie Beck earned a double in Game 2 for the Bears.
• Waterford’s Caleb Holdridge scored eight points to bring the Coast Guard to third place in a row by defeating Roger Williams 11-7. Holdridge scored six goals and assisted two, Gage Krueger had two goals and two assists, Nate J had two goals and an assist and Ian Fili had a goal for the Bears team (8-3).
• Coast Guard lost to MIT 18-8 in NEWMAC, halting the Bears’ seven winning streak. Gianna Cassio scored three goals, Catherine Bateman and Madison Seguin scored two goals and a pass each, and Caitlin Coates had a goal and assist for the Bears (8-4, 4-1).
• Avery Point scored four games in a 30-5 victory over Holyoke Community College in the five-game Referee of Mercy game. Zachary Mascaro received four hits, led in three rounds and scored five times, Dominic Morabito of Lisbon scored three hits and scored five runs, Tyler Rice three hits, three RBI points and scored four runs, and Javon Hernandez led in five runs for the Pointers (13-7- 1). Jaden Echevarria, Andrew Luzier, Hernandez and Rice.